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Could anyone explain to me weather this would make sense or not?:I. Title: Aluminum Zirconium Tetrachlorohydrex in the human bloodstream.II. Problem: Is AxeŠ stick deodorant bad for the human body?III. Hypothesis: I believe that the aluminum zirconium tetrachlohydrex alloy may melt into the skin, and may be a source to some physical health disorders. Due to the warnings on a common AxeŠ stick of deodorant, you should not use on broken skin, is bad for you if you have kidney diseases, and a rash may occur. Those cautions may be directly connected from one to another. If applied on skin to often, and no sweat to wash away, it may cause broken skin. If you apply the deodorizer it will enter the bloodstream, and therefore effect your health.